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When in Heppner.
1st, Best mid Ult-anest Rooms, .'ml. Ail Whiiv. Hr-lp. :
t. Best tjefviee. 'Hh.'You want to u in i . r-wrVuji-o(i,
7th, Y014 Are A ways W'ctconit-.
Booms 25. ,50 4 1. Mt.uls 23 & 5o,tsv ;
Maddock & Co. Dps. '
D. G. Ely
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ext door to Hruduimer.
i.Ucnmy awd fwwifcii' at Law
; . titles to All Own
Ui'ven frees, anri Cararal AMtttn
Land Oasrteets, Pre bass Work and Oe
lone Proclamer and
Portland Journal - $2.
'ft have a Special Cfobbttf offet
17 oq with M& PadHc Ifiottrf
lit rocUbocr. joe - $2.00
- PREPARE -i
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m rocnjjmt a mam
proq aimer oma
Win fceeOY m
, W O O D
No.l l'Jin, Vojlnw Pine
4 foot Body ( nk. a
CIih. K. FiilU-f,
Hil Kiver, Or.
Let me do your
B. f Aker,'
With Wookrr Hudvarc $nchy O
Matmvim ONartna ootru
Oi faWpagf i it ffBaruouY
05-1$ fV a-b eWitAiry
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- A LOST 'V-.-
: If Ww Preweriek thi ,V v.
' While i'rtiaala Km s" -
the UeUle of Jeuu.
Potsdam, soil tber h: y .
';? Frederick the Om
eseslou of It Mj-lu,.. '
'word wore (tuu ml' i.u i.
I Prussia." It wu uthiM-,i A:
valkles on May 17, 18U7. m ItU .
pomp nod ceremony, to i
gratlficutlOB of the people oL, I
But there cum the black
1814, and frith the allien on .
rarler, received orders to take step
(or the preservation, of the pmlnui
trophies ther collected, specially the
sword of fTedartck tba Great Inter
pretlng this Instruct lea In a peculiur
fashion, tba governor took effective
measures tor preventing them from
taltinc Into tba banda of tba enemy bp
nultlns a bonflra of thm. and It waa
aald that ba thraw praderick's aword
Into the flamaa.
Tfcia atatamant waa conflmed aa lata
as 1887 by an eyewitness. Thns peiv
Isbed. aa wu attested In 1830, wben
,aa offlclal Inquiry wb made Into tne
matter, between 1600 and 1.600 war
flags and other memorials of victory.
Tba sihas and remains were tbrowo
(nto the Seine at the month of a eewer.
The sword could not, of coarse, hare
been destroyed tat the conflagration,
but It waa never seen a (sin. Iap
pened that la IBIS an engineer, having
ascertained the precise spot where tba
debris from the Are had been pat Into
the river, made a search and recovered
from the bottom a considerable num
ber of bronse and copper articles which
ware returned to the Invalldes. But
tba sword of Frederick was not found.
One would Ilka to think that It was
not the fate of this historic weapon to
rust away In foul mud. but that It had
undergone tne noble transformation of
being turned Into some Implement of
peaceful Industry. Of this, however,
there Is no evidence. London News.
he Wee on "Easy Mark.
Wd you Intend to grve ma thtsr
asked a steward on one of tba etna in
an of i woman, passenger who Just
tipped bun. 'Thr' FU bright new
- The woman, looking amaied and
aaaberraseed, said: "Mo, didn't give
yesj that I gave, 7044 n $2JM gold
pleee, didn't TT
Tba fa what I tboegtat you meant to
ftr roe. I was sure you bad made
mistake," said tba man. The woman.
With an apology, took the penny and
Sve aim gold pleea. Than she want
ek to her stateroom ta count her
money and to try to cudeestand.
It earn to her all right 8be remem
bered; two years before on, bar buss
wara tnp a reiiow passenger had told
how the steward had coma to her with
a new penny given him by mistake,
the steward said, and she had made It
It was s mtle lata then aha had
been aa 'easy mark," and aba knew It
-Hind at wouldn't do a bit of good to
object She did taH the purser, who
premised to Investigate. She knew.
tea, what that meant New Jorb Sun,
$ The Old wffale Days. "
Than hi om record at the war de
partment. Washington, document
bearing witness to how plentiful buf
faloes wen within the memory of
many men new Itvtog. It Is the "re
turn for several imuhb ox
ammamltlom expended to
197 to divert the courss of great
herdac huaTaJa that waa besuteff down
toward a camp of sokUars with
force that threatened to overwhelm It
At least on eaacaf hi alive who saw
these shots fired, and ba describes tba
herd an lttorelly taachtos; aa far, so the
aye eseJd aoa. It waa a long ttsse la
sesstnar the aasnn,
watched It to ansae, awed by the
snecftteto. 0 PhOkp 0t Oeorge
Oooks) at eewe halted a lugtomnt of
eavahry on th ntotea to aermlt great
herd af snsilnpi to seen, sad he was
net a seen eaetty haMsd whs aa deity.
HM kanasMnto nnsieUad htoi to wtth
tosre, wtdrh sliK MQS
nam er another tot
held the ligament frees saeagtrng ami
BMtsstog th antoleoe, wtoeh wet al
lowed toe fhnet C waj. atostonTaan-
IIHll nvsnto a th Vrasn ssjssn
hi fallal hmto swry tow iiiiWllsf
The two yaasa aaaitoa ajwasai hat tin
wan rasas ensaa aa heat at thsnr
stisssjth yasmMMIsnd haaaV
teetWM was Of n head, haw
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QsxrnAi, pAaaaxors Iqajr,
MORROW COUNTY, WHERE WHEAT IS KING.
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